Breakfast: The Most Important Meal of the Day?

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The word "breakfast" comes from the action of "breaking the fast" that occurs overnight after your last meal of the day and continues until you eat the next morning. For some of us, the length of time between this meal may be 12 hours or longer. While many people opt for a quick breakfast — or even no breakfast at all — there’s a multitude of proven health benefits to eating a regular, nutritious breakfast. If you’re ready to re-invigorate your mornings and boost your overall wellness, learn more about some of the most important potential health advantages of eating breakfast to get started.